Timber and aluminium doors both bring so much to a home, it’s difficult deciding which to go with. Timber is insulating and adds a traditional touch, while aluminium is so fantastically durable and modern.
If you’re struggling with the choice, check out Stegbar’s Siteline composite doors and windows. They combine the two!
Featuring wooden interiors, you can get the warm and classy look that is so unique to good quality timber. Both the western red cedar and pine options are beautiful woods. If you want to really showcase that wood grain, you can also get it stained rather than painted.
Heading outside, the aluminium exterior frames look contemporary and are super practical and durable. You’ve got to love that they’re virtually maintenance free! They’re anodised, powder-coated and waterproof.
Even better, the most common problem faced by aluminium door owners is minimised by the wooden interior. You can keep your heat in winter and lose it in summer.
In fact, Siteline products can withstand most weather events. They’re fireproof and treated to resist water saturation. This means they open and close easily without swelling and warping every time.
Stegbar’s national marketing manager, Christine Evans, thinks that environmental and energy conscious renovators in particular will love the composite range. “Due to the properties of the timber, which is sourced from environmentally sustainable forests, energy-efficient glass and single or double glazing options, the windows and doors can help to achieve a six-star energy rating or higher.”
There’s plenty of styles to choose from, too. The composites come in bi-fold, awning, casement, sliding and fixed window models, and bi-fold hinged and sliding doors. Not sure which suits you best? The Stegbar Installation Service team are experts at working out what glazing best suits your local conditions, and have lots of tips of product selection too.
Want more information? Check out Stegbar’s site